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. remember, two navy seals, a state department staffer and ambassador chris stevens were killed there on 9/11 of this year. the obama administration initially suggested the violence was sparked by anger over an anti-muslim film posted in part on the internet, but senior u.s. intelligence sources later said this was a deliberate and organized terror attack, and they told fox news that the administration knew that, was informed of that within 24 hours, leaving the question about why ambassador susan rice was sent out to the sunday shows -- among other administration officials -- to say something very different. coming up in minutes, curks t mcfarlane joins us on new revelations about the security at our embassy just before this attack and a dreadful situation in syria right now. ♪ megyn: but back, now, to our top story today, the fallout from last night's presidential debate. earlier pollster frank luntz spoke to 24 voters from the denver area who watched it. here's what they told him about what they saw. >> megyn, we came to ground zero, the suburbs of denver, colorado. in fact, the subur
what happens over in libya with the two navy seals? if this was under a republican administration, you would have had days of this. there's so much going on there and there is a much we don't know. there is a case where someone was elected, our senator al franken, when the election first ended, coleman was a head for -- was dead for -- host: stick to the topic. ♪ caller: you interrupted me. democrats tried not to allow the overseas military both in florida. i think it is disgraceful that they won felons to both of our dear soldiers who are willing to put their life on their line for america, they step in the way and make it difficult for them to vote. cspan need to do a show of libya and what happens to our tortured ambassador. guest: what happened in flore was pretty much a catalyst that got a lot of awareness out there. the ballots were not getting counted on time. i will not get involved in a partisan issue on that because this has happened under both democratic and republican administrations. we all have to take ownership of this. the military has been around and overseas for alm
not know. they started this 401k thing somewhere along the line when i was in the navy. they expect people to put money in their to save for their future when they cannot even afford to live. it does not make any sense to me. the american dream has definitely downsized. the american dream -- you work hard, you put a little bit of money away if you get a decent living wage. $10 an hour is not it. host:a tweet from marcus. we have been talking about the american dream in part because of a story on the front page of "the washington post." it looks at a manassas, virginia pull owner -- pull business owner. how he is fighting to believe in the american dream. thanks for all of your calls this morning. coming up we will take a closer look at president obama and mitt romney's tax plans with a round table discussion. and then later, ken rudin joins us. first, we preview the weekend talk shows. guest: the topics include campaign 2012, the latest jobs report, and the economy. we read air the programs beginning with "meet the press." newt gingrich, former republican presidential candidate, and arnold
operators, he's a senior chief, a u.s. navy seal, he's been out here nor some time doing this kind of duty, remarkable in trying to build an afghan security profile with the afghan local police. i'd like him to tell you about an interest dent today, go ahead, chief. >> i can tell you on the route in today, without any assistance from us a former aop member trained by u.s. eod cleared eid's in the road. he had already taken care of those for us and we continued onto come out here and be with you. >> there are 16,000 local police trained by special operators like this and conventional forces. the good news story is they are the ones that are providing security in parts of afghanistan that otherwise wouldn't have it. the goal is to let them assume responsibility for their sovereignty. i want to make sure the senior chief says hello to some folk at home. >> i'd like to say hello to oliver north's wife and i'd like to let her know we are taking good care of him last night. >> thank you, senior chief. gregg, it is a good news story and it's not much reported. it is a sobering statistic 2,000 ame
and navy seals and all of the special operators are quiet professionals and we are in places that america doesn't understand rightt now. we are in the very beginning and on the edges was terrorism and stability or anything that the countryy deems important that said special operator to. >> brian: lik getting redemption for the murders of the ambassador we may hear about an operation there? >> you would hear afterwards. immediately they are train preparing and understand the environment and we are inserted in to the environment. we are raising additional forces to you know react to the government or we are doing counter terrorism. >> brian: bin laden is dead . sadly al-qaida isn't. what should we know about the state of the main enemy. >> they regenerate and we killed many, many leaderships of al-qaida and they continue on. >> brian: we want to support what you do. and a lot of people want to support. how do we do it? >> support the green beret foundation at greenberetfoundation.org. we have many events and partnered with the pga and do special shooting events and puts corporate partners w
is dedicated patriot serving in the u.s. navy. his company academy securities has a mission to hire to train our military veterans. he joins us from san diego. great to see you phil. >> it's great to be with you. >> dave: you did crush my spirited as a young bronco fan and you served your country well and continue to do so. tell us why your company is so determined to hire veterans. you wanted a 50/50 work force split. why? >> academy security is broker dealer. we are certified veteran disabled enterprise so we are owned and controlled by military veterans. our goal is to make a first class financial services firm. we bring in experts and military veterans. by bringing in military veterans we're bringing in the best of the best. these people and their characteristics are incredible. we partnered with j.p. morgan chase to get to a 50/50 split to hire veterans. j.p. morgan's investment in our firm will help us train and attract more veterans as we go along and build our business. >> dave: check out the numbers. unemployment rate in 2011, among 18-24 year olds. 30% when it comes to veterans, al
, the chef had extra company in the kitchen. a navy officer trained in food security. >> they had a food taster in the kitchen and had to taste all the food before it went out to the presidents. he said with my job it's always a one-shot deal. there's never a second chance. >> reporter: the food is approved, but before he can serve the president, he needs to wear a special pin provided by the secret service. >> it he puts this pin on my lapel and says to me, make sure you don't lose it it. if you lose it, don't go to the table. i just bothered asking him why, and the guy said, you don't want to know why. >> reporter: if any employee approaches the president without that pin, they are considered a threat and could be taken down by the secret service. >> it happens once in a lifetime. to have the honor of serving two presidents at the same time. >> that looks good. travel like a president airs tonight on the travel channel. reminds us all we need to go back there for dinner. >>> up next, what did we learn today? >>> i'm meteorologist bill karins. a warm day across many areas of the nation.
to practice it for 8 years in the navy. i was lucky to get in the computer business, and i had all these ideas that ibm was not interested in, and i started my own company. it all worked out, because people bought computers but could not use them. they could not make the software. we would sell the whole thing, a completely finished package, hardware, software, and that went on all over the world, and sold that off to general motors of all places. then started a new company and that was barry successful also. it is now -- and that was a very successful also. >> it is now part of dell. >> the presidential campaign, when you look back, you could say why i did what i did in terms of my public education, man military service. whatever made me decide for run for president? >> those other things were more rational. that was something we stuck with. it is human nature. people vote, and if you do not have a well-educated population, it is less rational. if we could ever get back to a block-educated population, people would do a much better job at the ballot box. >> do you think if we had a perot admin
toward you? >> at first, people were really intimidated by us. they saw his dog tags. they got to be navy s.e.a.l.s. military-type guys. as on saz they found out we were chippendales, they relaxed. >> please underestimate us. please, chippendales, they can't do anything. no, no. >> that's my boy. you're my boy. >> the chippendales can be seen nightly at rio in las vegas. and here are three moves that you won't see. >> this move won't get you a job at chippendales in 2012. let me see your tootsie roll. this move is not a sexy move in 2012. >> so, do you think they'll use their moves to their advantage on the amazing race? >> how would work out on the street? >> intimidating someone into just giving them the next clue. there you are. on to the next. keep moving. no more gyrating, please. >>> the show is doing something new this season, if the team wins the first leg and the last leg the money they win doubles to $2 million. >> i'm not mad at anybody for getting that money. >>> all right, still ahead -- our new sit-down with legend bonnie raitt. we'll tell you about the tragedies that caused
in learning leadership at the finest level and getting to practice it for 8 years in the navy. i was lucky to get in the computer business, and i had all these ideas that ibm was not interested in, and i started my own company. it all worked out, because people bought computers but could not use them. they could not make the software. we would sell the whole thing, a completely finished package, hardware, software, and that went on all over the world, and sold that off to general motors of all places. then started a new company and that was barry successful also. it is now -- and that was a very successful also. >> it is now part of dell. >> the presidential campaign, when you look back, you could say why i did what i did in terms of my public education, man military service. whatever made me decide for run for president? >> those other things were more rational. that was something we stuck with. it is human nature. people vote, and if you do not have a well-educated population, it is less rational. if we could ever get back to a block-educated population, people would do a much better job
would like to think jennifer dobson and her staff, the facilities and public relations teams, the navy and technology folks, and everyone else who has helped put this together, including the staff at the earthrights international. this is being co-sponsored by a program on comparative and environmental law and the international legal studies program. before i introduced the speakers, for those interested, we are also hosting a conference october 15 about the human rights system. you can check the website for more information about that conference. in its first argument of the term, the supreme court heard the arguments in -- rearguments in kiobel versus dutch petroleum, under the human rights claims act court. -- tort. we talk about the alien tort statute. in the order in which they are speaking, to my left is katie redford, the co-founder and u.s. office director of earthrights international. paul hoffman is the lead counsel for the plaintiffs. john bollinger -- bellinger is a former legal adviser for the department of state and offered an amicus brief. andrew grossman is a little fel
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